This course involves a survey of 17th-century Dutch history, art history, etc., which links the scientific analysis to the art and culture of the time.
Spring Term Abroad 2016 List of courses
Drawing Italy is a studio art immersion course.
The course uses corporate strategy as a means to explore the interplay between business, government, and the individual citizen as agents for social change.
This is a project-based course that further explores the concepts of corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability as practiced in Denmark, regarded as one of the most progressive economies.
CHEM 154-155 is a non-majors sequence that satisfies FDR SL.
This class will travel to the center of European dance: London, England.
This is an intensive French language and culture course in the southern French city of Toulouse, home of the painter Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec.
The course is designed as a literary-historical overview of Austria's rich history exemplified by the cities of Graz and Vienna.
Students will spend four weeks in Kanazawa studying the Japanese language in the morning and participating in cultural activities in the afternoon.
This course will immerse students in a country with stark contrasts in its politics, its long history of oppression, and its people’s persistent hope for the future.
This course will introduce students to basic theoretical and phenomenological concepts of the structure of matter at the atomic and nuclear level.
This program offers students a unique opportunity to improve their communication skills in the Spanish language by interacting with native speakers on a daily basis and understanding some of the cultural elements that define Spanish society today.
Conducted in Spanish in Argentina and Uruguay, this course comprises a study of Argentine culture, language, and identity. Students will live in Buenos Aires with Spanish-speaking families while pursuing coursework on identity in local, national, and international contexts.
This course provides students the opportunity to develop a method for critically analyzing a theatrical production with an emphasis on the extent to which the Swedish cultural and social context impacts the production.